Judge Gonzales Discusses Records Management
"Part of your job, as a government employee, is to preserve and maintain
documents that you create as a government employee. These documents have a very
historical value, they represent the work of this administration. We should be
proud of the work that we do and should ensure that the documentation that we
create, as evidence of the work of this administration, is preserved in the
matter that it should be."
Guidance from the National Archives and Records Administration
Government appointees create, receive, and maintain Federal
records as part of their official responsibilities. Each
appointee is responsible for managing these records in
accordance with applicable laws and National Archives and
Records Administration (NARA) regulations and guidance.